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Results found for "Civil War Era Home"

  • 1860's Remodel Timber Frame Home, Take a an old 1860's home and update for today's living.
Our wish list was to add a deck, modern kitchen, breakfast nook, new powder room, master bath, and two bedrooms in the attic.  Along the way, we reopened the fireplace in the dining room, added central air, and modernize the systems. Oh, tried saving the old horse hair plaster walls with new electical wires being run from the outside of the home. Our young electrican loved hanging off a ladder doing that (not).   We started by gutting the kitchen and adjoining dining room wall to see what was up.  The third floor attic became the master bedroom, sitting room with a gas fireplace & full bathroom with a corner shower. My son liked the house so much after we finished it, he & his wife purchased it from us., Home Exterior Design

    1860's Remodel Timbe...

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  • Historic 1855 Italianate in need of TLC, We bought this house two years ago and have been dividing our time between the inside of the house and the lawn and gardens.  I am the yard person in this family and since moving here I have hurt my foot and I really need help with ideas on what to do with the steep side-yard slope to avoid having to mow that area., Yards Design

    Historic 1855 Italian...

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  • Civil War Buff Grandson's Bedroom, We let our 7 year-old grandson help decorate his bedroom at our house. He loves the Civil War and we had fun finding authentic as well as items purchased during a recent visit to Gettysburg. He loves spending weekends in his new room., Boys' Rooms Design

    Civil War Buff Grand...

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  • Small civil war buff, For a child who loves the civil war era!, Bedrooms Design

    Small civil war buff

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  • Victorian Dining Room Turned Home Office, This room started out as our Dining Room. I recently decided to use it as my office. We always end up eating in our living room so I figured that this space could be used as my new office. It was pretty as a dining room but was unused. My next project will be to paint the walls in a creamy french vanilla. , Dining Rooms Design

    Victorian Dining Roo...

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  • Military Office, Casual, military-themed office., Home Offices Design

    Military Office

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  • husbands sanctuary, once a cold white basement, turned to a warm cozy, living room, Living Rooms Design

    husbands sanctuary

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  • Home Office, This was our 3rd bedroom converted into a home office., Bedrooms Design

    Home Office

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  • 1920's era home , 2 story 1928 colonial/tudor on a small city lot, Yards Design

    1920's era home

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  • Mid-Century Era Ranch - Livin' Large on a Small Scale, Built in 1950 my tiny 1200 square foot home is completely updated inside and is perfect for me.  It  is painted brick with a slate front porch and wood blinds in the ceiling-to-floor windows.  The yard has mature pecan trees front and back., Home Exterior Design

    Mid-Century Era Ranc...

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  • New Era Master Bath for Victorian Style Home, Carrera marble, porcelain tile, Vermont White granite, a pedestal tub and exposed shower faucets bring a new look to this master bath., Bathrooms Design

    New Era Master Bath ...

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  • Post War Remodel, Still a work in progress, but a lot better than before!, Home Exterior Design

    Post War Remodel

    2 photos, 438 Views, Flag

  • Made in the Shade, Love gardening in the shade, Yards Design

    Made in the Shade

    15 photos, 13,395 Views, Flag

  • from TRASHY to FLASHY!, UPDATE: Well, after receiving a comment from someone, I decided that this space deserved the right to be updated. We have thought about selling this home to be closer to work, but we aren't sure yet. Go check out the new pics.

Also, remember this house has so much potential as many other homes do. We have stuck to a low budget to make dramatic changes. The big jump would be finishing the unused attic area into a master suite. It's bigger up there then any room in the house and still has the cathedral ceilings.

Well our title says it all. We bought this 4 year old home in Nov. 06 and after almost 5 hard weeks of fixing it up we were able to clean our home up and move in. This house was a foreclosure and I am glad that we were able to make it a home to want to go home to.   Please take a look at we have done and there is more to come. Our pool gets installed tomorrow ( 7/23 ) After that I will take lots more pictures. Thanks so much for taking a look! And thanks for the comments. , Home Exterior Design

    from TRASHY to FLA...

    27 photos, 4,074 Views, Flag

  • Barry,s Home Pix, In order: livingroomhallwaymedia room bedroomden. Please tell what you think., Living Rooms Design

    Barry,s Home Pix

    15 photos, 835 Views, Flag

  • historic home, this home is on a historic brick paved old canopied oak tree lined street., Kitchens Design

    historic home

    19 photos, 885 Views, Flag

  • Boy Nursery on a Budget, Baby blue boy nursery with Safari accents done on a budget!, Nurseries Design

    Boy Nursery on a Budg...

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  • B L A C K    M A G I C , Cozy Breakfast & Barbque Outdoor Bistro: Foliage inspired by a native Florida plant: Black Magic. I kept layering for contrast by adding deep plum plants (sweet potato vine red grass & coleus) with rich tropical greens (ferns & palms).  Rather than install pavers (TO BE STAINED CHOCOLATE) from wall to wall I had them installed with a zigarut ending I  boardered with black Mexican River Rock to create a garden focal point. To balance the spaces edges and add depth I added a round mirror., Patios & Decks Design

    B L A C K M A G I...

    17 photos, 13,477 Views, Flag

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